Additional Title: Remy Charlip: dancer, choreographer and teacher, actor and director, designer and visual artist, author and illustrator, and beloved friend: a creative life, 1929-present
Description: The interview begins with Remy Charlip's aesthetic, family life, and current projects. Major topics of discussion include first contacts with creativity, meeting and working with Merce Cunningham, integrating life and creativity, life as working dancer, early oppertunities in New York, developing Oh Calcutta!, costume design for Merce Cunningham, artistic milieu in New York City, and John Cage, Viola Farber, Martha Graham, Lou Harrison, Lucas Hoving, Margaret Jenkins, and Katherine Litz.
Additional Description: Interview conducted for the Legacy Oral History Project.
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Interviewer and Editor: Friedman, Jeff Interviewee: Charlip, Remy
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